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Since 2001, Bennett Ewing a.k.a. Eyevan Tumbleweed has been sculpting with unaltered found wood and assembling mostly faces and bodies from thousands of selected pieces he gathered from mountains, deserts, swamps, forests, rivers, and beaches. His sculptures are made of non-carved, naturally colored woods he collected from his travels in almost 40 U.S. states, Canada, Mexico, and Ireland. His technique...
British artist Rebecca Louise Law suspends fresh flowers with copper wire, transforming art galleries, museums and exhibition halls into indoor public gardens that take viewers into a whirlwind of colors, textures, and scents. Her art is a study of floral forms and their evolution through the stages of beauty and decay. Hanging from the ceiling of the exposition space, the...
J. Henry Fair is an American photographer and environmental activist who captures beautiful but chilling aerial photographs for his series, Industrial Scars. Those images look like objects of art but in fact show the toll our consumerism is taking on the nature. Fair tries to force the observer to confront the price we all are paying for the convenience...
'Soup' is a general description given to plastic flotsam and jetsam that is suspended in the ocean. It's also a specific reference to the accumulated refuse in a zone of the North Pacific Ocean, known as the 'garbage patch'. British photographer Mandy Barker has created a series of photo collages called 'Soup' which portrays these disposed items and marine...
The Netherlands, also known as Holland, is transformed into a vast sea of flowers from mid-March to mid-May. It starts with crocus season in March, followed by daffodils and hyacinths then around mid-April up to the first week of May, tulips will show their beautiful colors. It is reported that The Netherlands produced an estimated nine billion flower bulbs annually...
Some cameras are sturdier than others and have the rare chance to visit extreme places and live to tell the tale. One such camera shot a mesmerizing video of hot lava approaching and engulfing it; although the photographer thought it was lost forever, even after being encased in liquid rock it refused to turn off and continued to transmit...
Two former agency creatives from South Africa decided to leave the daily rat race of their career, and have dedicated themselves to locating and making photos in the most unique places. Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger met on a blind date in 2010, and started traveling around the world while sharing the jaw-dropping views from their journey on Instagram through...
Rarely satellite photos look interesting; they usually are shot straight down at the Earth which makes all shots to resemble detailed maps. There's an interesting technique of satellite photography though that makes the resulting shots look like aerial telephotos made from hundreds of kilometers: you just need to shoot off-angle. One of the engineers at world's largest commercial satellite network...
California-based artist Christine Stein created a mural to commemorate Prince in front of her yard when the legendary artist passed away in April 2016. Nearly two years later, Stein got a big surprise when the bush behind the mural began to blossom, giving Prince a magnificent flower-laced crown. “4.1.18 - Our #Prince bush started flowering all of a sudden! Now...
Nature photographer Jani Ylinampa is from Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland. On his Instagram account, you can see numerous photos of Northern Lights, Scandinavian forests, sunsets, lakes, and other natural wonders. But that's not what we wanted to share today. Among hundreds of Jani's photos, four have caught our attention. This series shows the same island of Kotisari photographed from aerial perspective...

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